Bob Lyons Kept DCA Laughing -- And Thriving

February 2011
Underground Construction;Feb2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p44
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the commitment and support showed by the Lyons family, owner of Michigan Trenching Service to the Distribution Contractors Association (DCA). It mentions that the company, which is founded by Rolland Lyons and is handled by his son Robert Lyons, has continuously abide by the organization's core values. It affirms that the family has proven its deeper involvement to DCA through holding significant positions within the organization.


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